Sound & Image Direction
Duration 02:30 Min
Hiroaki Umeda invites the audience to undergo an unfamiliar sensory experience: in his video work “Haptic Installation” images are projected onto the closed eyes of visitors in a darkened space. Light is a part of dance for the Japanese choreographer and multidisciplinary artist, who combines digital images, minimalist sounds and strong physicality in his work. And so he gives viewers the paradoxical experience of perceiving colours physically and seeing choreography with closed eyes.
In cooperation with KINDL – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst.